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    Pics of my new bad a$$ ST-120

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    thevic24

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    Pics of my new bad a$$ ST-120

    Post by thevic24 on Fri Feb 12, 2010 11:41 pm

    This amp is 100% the real deal.









    Thanks Bob!!

    -Vic

    Mr.Miele

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    Re: Pics of my new bad a$$ ST-120

    Post by Mr.Miele on Sat Feb 05, 2011 7:34 pm

    Nice!

    5x9scratchez

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    Join date : 2011-03-26

    Re: Pics of my new bad a$$ ST-120

    Post by 5x9scratchez on Sun Mar 27, 2011 9:29 am

    I really like the look of the st120 with a cage on it. I found somewhere online that had them for sale once, but now I cant find them, again. Can you point me in the right direction? Also, what kind of rca wires are those, the right angle connector on those looks so awesome... price? Im going to put pictures of mine up soon. I found a picture of some bias sockets that are just for biasing and have only two holes that are in the middle of the socket face... I am going to try and locate a place to purchase them. I am debating waiting til i get the sockets before I post pictures. I think these sockets that I am talking about would look great with your set up. Message me if you want to see a picture of them installed in a refurb'd st70.

    Bob Latino
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    Re: Pics of my new bad a$$ ST-120

    Post by Bob Latino on Sun Mar 27, 2011 9:49 am

    Hi,

    Dynakitparts.com sells a new Dynaco ST-70 tube cage. You can also look on Ebay for a used one. Since 350,000 ST-70's were made, the tube cages show up on Ebay pretty often.

    One other thing. If you replace the two front tube sockets on a Dynaco ST-70 with two bias test pins on a backing board, you will devalue the amp. An ORIGINAL ST-70 is always worth more in its original form. Now this may not mean much to someone who intends to keep the amp - BUT - sometimes a few years down the road you may change your mind and decide to sell the amp. Measuring the bias off the front tube socket works fine and keeps your amp original looking.

    Bob

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